High School Sports

  • Four T-Hawks opt for college athletics

    Four more Prairie View athletes joined the ranks of college athletics April 18.

    Macy Thomas signed with Humboldt State in Arcata, California, to play volleyball. Johnathan Townsend chose William Penn in  Oskaloosa, Iowa, for soccer. Andrew Homer is off to Fort Lewis College in Durango to play football. Zavier Chase is heading to Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, to play football.

  • Two more join PVHS wall of fame

    Madison Kemp and Brooklyn Trujillo are the latest members of Prairie View's athletic wall of fame.

    The school ensrhined them during a ceremony April 18.

    Kemp is the school's all-time leading scorer in girls soccer. She was the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference player of the year in 2017 and has been a team captain the past two seasons.

    Trujillo pitched seven perfect games during her four seasons with the ThunderHawks. She was an all-conference selection all four years and was the player of the year in the EMAC in 2016 and 2017.

  • Girls soccer: Brighton beats Prairie View

    Brighton's Tori Rydzeski scored with 15 minutes left to give her team a 2-1 win over Prairie View April 18 on the ThunderHawks' field.

    The win put BHS in the driver's seat for the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference regular-season title. It also was the first loss for the ThunderHawks in 25 regular-season matches.

  • Onward

    Three more Brighton High School athletes moved into the world of college athletics April 18.

    Dylan Selph signed on with Willamette University in Portland, Oregon, to play on the school's football team. Guerin Szafraniec chose the University of Northwestern in St. Paul, Minnesota, for baseball. His baseball teammate, David Vigil-Velasquez, signed on with Trinidad Junior State College.

    Vigil-Velasquez had the toughest road to the dais. He needed three stitches in his lip after he fouled off a softball during class. 

  • Coaches, prospective players mingle at new high school

    THORNTON – Coaches from Brighton’s newest high school had a chance to meet prospective members of their first teams during a meet and greet April 11 at Brantner Elementary School.

  • Golf: PVHS' Noll lands in the top 10 at EMAC major

    AURORA – Prairie View's Alexis Noll finished the first of two Eastern Metro Athletic Conference major golf tournaments April 12 with a 25-over par score of 97.

    The effort was good for 10th place in the inidividual scoring. Others to add to PVHS' total were Kaitlyn Howard, who finished with a 29-over par 101, and Ha'mana Ashley, who finished with a 133, 61-over par.

  • Derr records top-five finish at EMAC major

    AURORA – Brighton's Shelisa Derr fired a 19-over par 91 in the first of two Eastern Metro Athletic Conference major golf tournaments April 12 at Aurora Hills Golf Course.

    Her score put her in fifth place in the field.

    Other BHS golfers to add to the team total were Catera Gagna, who turned in a 23-over par score of 95, and Alex Chavarria, who finished with a 33-over 105.

  • Time to meet the coaches
  • Brighton HS scoreboard April 17


    The rivalry match between Brighton and Prairie View was called off April 17 because of strong winds. The make-up date is 6:30 p.m. April 18.

    Brighton's baseball game against Adams City was called off, too. No make-up date yet.

  • Eagle Ridge scoreboard – April 18


    Eagle Ridge blew open both games of a doubleheader at Wiggins April 17 and won both ends of the twin bill.

    ERA scored 11 times in the seventh inning in the opener and won 18-2. The Warriors scored nine runs in the seventh inning of the nightcap and won 16-7.